Re: Joyce - A Life in the Day
A SHORT UCD FILM TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF ULYSSES
To honour the centenary of Ulysses, University College Dublin has created the short film ‘Re: Joyce A Life in the Day’, to honour James Joyce, the university’s most famous graduate. The film’s aim is to share with viewers, across the world, how Joyce’s spirit lives on in Belfield today. It celebrates the links between UCD’s current dynamic and diverse student population and Joyce, who, from 1898-1902, studied English, Italian and French at University College (Dublin), then based in Newman House, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Image: C.P.Curran, Special Collections, UCD.
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